ok the 2liter. Direct Diesel Injection system
(in English )
you lost the operators guide?
that be real bad that..... ouch.
try googling for that book.
or googing for the FSM
you might luck out and all 2011 suz, this reset works.
as stated in the op guide.
I see posts that say , only Suzuki scan tool can reset DDIS.
many cars, GM? you fiddle the key, throttle and trip reset to clear this, but each maker does it different and DDIS , my be different
that petrol gas engines, same year, same car.
here are some popular SUZUK (general) answers
according to the manual:
you have to have the engine off...
turn the key to the "ACC" position which is the notch that allows power
but doesn't turn the engine... then press the gas pedal fully THREE
times within FIVE seconds...
however it doesn't always seem to work
one more post
Sit in the driver's seat of the XL7. Insert the ignition
key and turn it to "RUN." Do not start the engine.
Press and release the gas pedal three times within five seconds. Watch for the engine oil light to flash, indicating that the system is reset.
Turn the key to "OFF" and remove it from the ignition.
Read more: http://www.ehow.com/how_7568941_reset-oil-life-xl7.html#ixzz2grPj04TO
This is incorrect and will not work.
1. Turn the key to the "ACC" position which is the notch that allows power but doesn't turn the engine.
2. The display will read change engine oil soon - hit the display button(i) and the display will read 0% oil life.
3. Hit reset button (the check mark button) for 5 seconds and the display will change to 100 % oil life.
4. It may not work the 1st,2nd,3rd .... attempt , but will work eventually.
to the oil indicator by pressing the second button. Hold on the tick
mark button for 3 seconds. This will reset the remaining percentage to
at the last resort, pulling battery neg. lug.
this may do it, im not sure, but will also drop radio settings.,etc.